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downward. david, we should be enjoying 4% growth, not minus 2% growth that we've had during the obama administration. rick, romney may have been running for president forever, but obama has been president for almost -- you know, for 3 1/2 years. >> and it seems forever. >> only to some of us. >> we're not going get the median incomes up until income growth up. simplification has been to do be done. obama takes no interest in this. rick, when was the last time you even heard president obama talk about growth? >> let me actually switch -- let me switch to mark now. mark, what do you think of the obama tax plan? >> well, look, i don't know if obama has really a tax plan, but i don't think the problem is taxes here. i think the problem is people don't have an income. the reason they don't have an income, they don't have jobs. we have a demand problem in the economy, not a tax problem. cutting taxes, if you have no income, does not make any difference. we need to stimulate demand. how can we stimulate demand? we can do it in a variety of ways, but cutting taxes is not going to get us where
a speed of 768 miles an hour. the 43-year-old baumgartner completed his final test jump back in july. we'll let you know how it goes. arthel: okay. back to the campaign trail, right now one theme of president obama's re-election bid is equal pay for equal work. an assertion by the president and democrats that women earn about 77 cents for every dollar that men earn. but analysts raised questions about this hot button issue. chief national correspondent jim angle is live in washington. all right, jim, so what's the big deal? [laughter] >> reporter: well, arthel, the key assertion, as you say, is that women only make 77 cents for every dollar that men make. that is in obama ads and in his own statements. listen. >> president obama knows that women being paid 77 cents on the dollar for doing the same work as men isn't just unfair, it hurts families. >> if you do the same work as a man, you ought to be paid the same wage as a man. [applause] >> reporter: now, of course, the problem is that's not true. the assertion that it's equal work for equal pay -- equal pay for equal work. the census da
four years ago. 44% is in cleveland and surrounding cuyahoga county where democrats outnumber republicans 2 to 1. >> i think what we are seeing is spin and hype on the part of the obama campaign to try to make it appear that they are going to cruise to victory in ohio. but when you look at the number, nearly 350,000 of those voters, are the decrease in the roles in the three largest counties. cuyahoga, hamilton and franklin county. >> it shows the democratic voter registration declined in eight key states outnumbers the republican decline by a 10 the 1 more gin. florida, democratic registration is down 4.9%. in iowa, down 9.5%. in new hampshire, down 19.7%. >> it's understandable that enthusiasm is going to wane a little bit from the historic moment. you can only elect the first african-american president of this country once. >> dip in registration framed by some as the interrupt of republican efforts to suppress the vote. accusation which ohio's secretary of state cat gori goricly -- categorically rejects. >> it has to do with integrity. they can't point to a voter removed f
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